JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Rolland Allotey pleaded guilty Thursday to 30 counts of fraud and received 15 years in prison.
The charges include multiple counts of fraudulent use of a credit card, defrauding a financial institution and criminal use of personal identification.
According to a press release from State Attorney Angela Corey's office, Allotey, 39, stole several identities throughout the United States in 2011. The victim's personal information was used to open bank accounts and credit cards.
Allotey allegedly arranged for the credit cards and financial information to be sent to a variety of units within his apartment complex.
The release detailed that he created fake IDs with his picture and victim's information to use the credit cards and deposit checks in the bank account.
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